River Rye

Brawby, YO17 6, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The YDAA control a stretch of the Seven from Barugh Bridge to the confluence with the River Rye. Day tickets are available from the usual outlets.
A classic small stream, containing all types of species, from native brown trout, to grayling, dace, chub and pike. The fish may not be of record-breaking size but can be a challenge of watercraft in such small a water. Ideal for trotting with a centerpin, light floats and maggots, but will also produce to the fly, with dead baits for pike. Camouflage is the key. If you like a trolley and a box full of gear, this venue is not for you. It is a roamers paradise. The fish are often seen in low summer water and can give great sport.

Address: Brawby, YO17 6, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.ydaa.org.uk

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